Serial killer pens kids' bookConvicted serial killer Charles Kembo reportedly has written a children's book and has it up on Amazon. it's called "The Trinity of Superkidds Book One: Quest for Water,". Kembo he was born in Malawi, who was found guilty on four murder counts, reportedly came to Canada in 1989. Publish America Press is the publisher of the book.Amazon is reportedly selling a children's book that was penned by convicted serial killer Charles Kembo, sparking new discussions about their business practices.
"Parents will more than likely be horrified to find out that the book they either purchased or read to their children was written by a serial killer," Andy Kahan, a crime victim advocate for the City of Houston.
The 372-page book, "The Trinity of Superkidds Book One: Quest for Water," was released by Publish America on Jan. 20, 2010, according to product details on Amazon.com, where it sells for $15.95.
"A desperate empire without water; a world dying from pollution; three fun-loving teens rise to save the day; hyper villains out to stop them," Publish America's description reads. "This is a tribute to water; an epic adventure about the Trinity of Superkidds's daring quest for water to save a magnificent empire. ... Who would have thought a fresh, feisty girl and two athletic, handsome boys would lead the fight against the darkest terrors of the world?"
The author of the book is listed as J. D. Bauer, a pseudonym used by convicted serial killer Kembo, according to the Province. The British Columbia publication cites an interview Kembo had with journalist Julie Burtinshaw, in which he allegedly admitted penning the book.
In June 2010, Kembo was convicted of four counts of first-degree murder by a B.C. Supreme Court jury. Kembo's victims were adults killed between October 2002 and July 2005. Kembo was sentenced to life in prison without parole eligibility for 25 years.